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eBook Mel Bay Scottish Traditional Music for Guitar in Dadgad and Open G Tunings epub

by Rob MacKillop

eBook Mel Bay Scottish Traditional Music for Guitar in Dadgad and Open G Tunings epub
  • ISBN: 0946868239
  • Author: Rob MacKillop
  • Genre: Photography
  • Subcategory: Music
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Hardie Music Press (August 25, 2009)
  • Pages: 68 pages
  • ePUB size: 1229 kb
  • FB2 size 1187 kb
  • Formats doc mobi docx lrf


For steel-strung or nylon-strung guitar, by Rob MacKillop NOW PUBLISHED BY CENTERSTREAM/HAL LEONARD !!! . Guitars, lutes and citterns have been played in Scotland for almost a thousand years, and have always had a distinctive, contemplative voice.

For steel-strung or nylon-strung guitar, by Rob MacKillop NOW PUBLISHED BY CENTERSTREAM/HAL LEONARD !!! From the Introduction: One of my chief concerns in this book is to show the stylistic differences between regions of Scotland, and also between periods. The arrangements in this book unite history with the present. Different areas of Scotland have cultivated different styles.

This tutorial collection contains 32 tunes for fingerstyle guitar-12 in open G and 20 in DADGAD tuning. The music was selected from the 17th century lute manuscripts, 18th and 19th century Scottish instrumental collections, the Gaelic tradition, and traditional sources. The book's three sections-Historical Perspective, Beginner's Guide, and Technical guitar, tuning the i This tutorial collection contains 32 tunes for fingerstyle guitar-12 in open G and 20 in DADGAD tuning

Scottish Traditional Music for Guitar.

Scottish Traditional Music for Guitar. Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780946868230.

Published March 28, 2000 by Hardie Music Press. There's no description for this book yet.

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Rob MacKillop does a great job. I have his newer book and like both

Rob MacKillop does a great job. I have his newer book and like both. I bought this book not necessarily to learn Scottish music but because it provides the best "quick start" to playing reels, jigs, and traditional music in DADGAD and Open G tuning (I keep my OM in DADGAD and my slope shouldered 12-fretter in Open G). While browsing through a large selection of books on Celtic music in DADGAD at a sheet music. shop, I happened upon this one by Rob MacKillop and immediately purchased it. This shop had about ten books in the "Celtic" section and this was by far the best one. The book's three sections-Historical Perspective, Beginner's Guide, and Technical guitar, tuning the instrument, basic technique and hand coordination, musical notation, ligados, scales and modes, ornamentation and right-hand fingering.

Scottish Traditional Music For Guitar in DADGAD and Open G Tunings, by Rob MacKillop. Sonatas of the Scottish Enlightenment - arranged for l guitar, by Rob MacKillop.

Rob MacKillop is regarded as one of Scotland's finest musicians. Tunings used are DADGAD, Open D and Open G. His arrangements reflect the origins of the tunes, with appropriate ornaments and phrasing. The accompanying CD helps players gain a deeper understanding of the subtle art of phrasing. Table of contents: A Mother's Lament On The Death Of Her Child (Patrick McDonald Collection).

Rob MacKillop was born in Dundee, Scotland, and studied guitar in. .

He has become a much-sought after performer if the Scottish lute and guitar repertoire and is a founder member of the Rowallan Consort. Scottish traditional music has been played on the guitar for well over two hundred years, at least that is, since the publication in Edinburgh of Robert Bremner's Instructions for the Guitar of 1758

This tutorial collection contains 32 tunes for fingerstyle guitar--12 in open G and 20 in DADGAD tuning. The music was selected from the 17th century lute manuscripts, 18th and 19th century Scottish instrumental collections, the Gaelic tradition, and traditional sources. The book's three sections--Historical Perspective, Beginner's Guide, and Technical guitar, tuning the instrument, basic technique and hand coordination, musical notation, ligados, scales and modes, ornamentation and right-hand fingering. Written in standard notation and tablature with fingering indications for both hands and performance notes providing volume, with its exploration of open and altered tunings uniquely appropriate for the Scottish tradition, will provide guitarists with new creative options and repertoire.
Comments: (4)
Anen
Book was everything I was looking for: easy things to learn fairly quickly and lots of challenging things to grow into. Good explanations. Good conditions. Fun history of the songs. Received earlier than projected. Thanks!
Saberblade
This book was way too easy in my opinion. Mainly just playing single notes and no complexity. I have taught myself more about open G tuning and DADAD tuning than this book could every teach me. There are many songs out on the internet that are far better to learn. Sorry Scottish Guitar Book but you just don't do it for me.
Gardall
I bought this book not necessarily to learn Scottish music but because it provides the best "quick start" to playing reels, jigs, and traditional music in DADGAD and Open G tuning (I keep my OM in DADGAD and my slope shouldered 12-fretter in Open G).
While browsing through a large selection of books on Celtic music in DADGAD at a sheet music shop, I happened upon this one by Rob MacKillop and immediately purchased it. This shop had about ten books in the "Celtic" section and this was by far the best one. The first section is on technique, second section is songs in Open G, while the third section is on DADGAD. Lot of songs to learn. Highly recommended!
Risa
I found the information in the book to be very interesting and also liked the variety of selections offered in the book. Rob MacKillop does a great job. I have his newer book and like both. This introduction to this type music was perfect for me!
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